3 Ways To Increase Storage Space In Your Bathroom

Posted on: 14 September 2020

If you have a decent-sized bathroom inside your home, you may know that your family feels comfortable using the room on a regular basis. But your bathroom may not have a lot of storage space, which can make things a bit tricky when it comes to using and storing bathroom products.

While you may not need to add any new features to the bathroom to improve your family's satisfaction with the room, you should work with remodelers to increase storage space.


When you know that you have enough empty space in the bathroom, you should hire professionals to install floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. Ideally, you want to add this kind of feature where you know that your family can open the cabinet without the doors bumping into anything.

If you already own most or all of what you intend on putting inside the cabinetry, you can show remodeling professionals so that they can figure out optimal shelf spacing. This will help you avoid unoptimized storage, which can happen with storage shelves that are too far or too close.


Whether you have a walk-in shower or a bath-and-shower combo, you should be able to add permanent storage to the shower area. This is when you will need to decide between two options which include building into the shower wall or adding shelves along the corners. If you want to avoid bumping into your shower products, you should prioritize built-in storage shelves.

A major advantage of going with built-in storage is that you can keep adding shelves into the shower wall until your family is satisfied with the available storage space.


If you look at a lot of bathroom vanities in blogs, magazines, and online home listings, you will find a huge variance that ranges from a ton of storage space to none at all. A pedestal sink is a feature that makes it hard to get much storage from the vanity area. Since you want to maximize storage space, you should add or build a custom vanity with lots of cabinets and drawers.

Another way that you can get reliable storage space is by prioritizing a vanity with a sizable vanity top as this will give you plenty of space for soap, decorations, and frequently used products.

When you hire a bathroom remodeling service to work on your bathroom, you should consider all these possibilities to help you make changes that increase storage space for your family.


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